Renee Plant

Renee' began tickling the ivories at age five being taught by a great classical instructor. Renee' picked up a guitar at ten years old and taught herself “Country Roads” by John Denver, she hasn’t looked back since.  Renee’s piano prowess earned her scholarships and she attended college as a piano performance major.Renee began composing on piano and guitar and trying them out in the local venues. After college in Oklahoma Renee' headed out west and came down in Portland, Oregon where she hooked up with local artist and was embraced in the local music scene. Renee' was also a constant at The Women who Rock concert series.
Renee' now hailing from Salt Lake City, Utah has begun yet another adventure, mixing different genres, preparing them, and delivering them up for her fans to devour.

Some things that have been said about her performances:
 “Beautiful, Intelligent and Provocative…Totally Professional” (Tracy Klas)

 “Renee' is an engaging performer with an eclectic style based in folk-rock. I hear subtle similarities to Ms. Etheridge but Renee' is definitely her own woman with a distinctive brand. Do yourself a favor and catch one of her shows soon -- but consider yourself warned: Renee' Plant is habit forming!” (Reina Collins)

April Pettley

Bio to come

Kyle Jon Hunt-Guitar/Vocals

Kyle Jon Hunt-Lead Guitar/Backing Vocals
Adorned with minimal tattoos, piercings and hair but not lacking for want of more Kyle provides the tube overdriven guitar squeals. Once asked what he wanted to do with the rest of his life Kyle responded "This." Kyle is also a rabid fan of Law and Order, all of them. When not surfing the satellite guide for L and O's he might have missed, he likes to channel Jack McCoy's anger through his guitar.

Ryan Simon-Drums

Hi my name is Ryan Simon I play drums and I am the newest addition to The Renee’ Plant Band. I have ventured into so many different genres of rock music from soft to hard, from metal to industrial, from blues to progressive rock and have dabbled in some heavier stuff as well.I was pretty young when Stewart Copeland of the Police caught my ear. From that moment on I knew I wanted to be a drummer and have strived to better myself ever since. Work ethic baby!!